Vittoria Molinaro

Vittoria Molinaro

San Diego, CA, US



Intern architect at Studio E Architects, an award-winning architectural firm based in San Diego, California. 
Experience in three different countries (Italy, China, California) seeking opportunities to develop and enhance my skills as a designer in sustainable architecture. My skills include a working knowledge of
•    AutoCAD (2D and 3D)
•    SketchUp
•    Revit
•    3D Studio Max and V-Ray
•    Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop)
•    Ecotect Analysis

In my in my master's program I studied Sustainable Design, because I strongly believe that nowadays the most important objective for architects is designing buildings trying to reduce negative impacts on the environment, consumption of non-renewable resources, minimize waste, and create healthy environment for the occupants. 
I enjoy interacting with others and working as a member of a team and I am confident in assuming responsibility for independent work. I possess a high degree of attention to detail and I am very organised. 

I am willing to relocate and travel for the right opportunity.


Studio E Architects, San Diego, CA, US, Intern architect

- Produced construction drawings in AutoCAD and in Revit
- Managed presentations for client meetings
- Assist Project Architects during site visits

Aug 2016 - current

Gruppo Delta Studio Associato, Vercelli, IT, Intern architect

- Produced technical drawings in AutoCAD
- Produced 3D visual representations and renderings in 3D Studio Max
- Produced 3D Revit modeling based off AutoCAD plans
- Cooperated with the staff
- Assist Project Architects during site visits

Feb 2014 - Jun 2014


Politecnico di Torino, Torino, IT, MArch, Sustainability Design

Oct 2014 - current

Tsinghua University, Beijing, CN, Exchange Program Master Thesis (Joint Studio PoliTo-Tsinghua 2016)

Joint Studio PoliTo-Tsinghua is an academic partnership between the Polytechnic University of Turin and Tsinghua University of Beijing, started in 2008.
This Joint Studio is an experience of cultural exchange, whose main purpose is to allow Italian and Chinese students to work together on tasks regarding urban transformation.
The 2016 was related to the Winter Olympic Games, and the objective was to analyse the current situation of Turin Olympic venues ten years after the event. Moreover, since Beijing will host the Winter Games in 2022, the purpose was also to understand the relationship between the town and the mountain clusters in order to prevent the same mistakes of the Turin edition.

Feb 2016 - Jul 2016

Politecnico di Torino, Torino, IT, BArch, Architecture

Oct 2011 - Jul 2014

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